After Apple introduced iOS 7 at the WWDC 2013, a new rumors started to spread all around the web talking about Apple’s next generation iPhone which is expected to be called The iPhone 5S, is already in production. That’s normal because the iPhone 5 nears the end of its 12–month life cycle….
So as the iPhone 5S is already in production, it will be very hard to control components leaks. That might explain how the folks who took these two photos got their hands on what appears to be a nearly complete (minus the display) iPhone 5S…
Here’s what was said by the folks at MacRumors:
“MacRumors has received several images that appear to show both the interior and rear shell of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S. The device appears to carry the same redesigned logic board that appeared earlier this week, suggesting that this is indeed a new iPhone.”
They also note that the battery carries a more recent Apple part number of 616-0652 compared to the iPhone 5 battery, which has carried part numbers -0611 and -06113. And it has a higher capacity of 5.92Whr, compared to the 5?s 5.45 Whr.
There is one major difference though—check out the larger, pill-shaped window for the LED flash next to the iSight camera. This too matches up with previous 5S reports we’ve seen, which all say the handset will sport a dual LED flash.
Whatever it is, you can bet Apple will be unveiling it this fall. With no new mobile products out this year yet, the company is expected to have another big holiday season with two new iPads, a new iPhone, and possibly a new budget handset.